Richard Loane Connell Deane

#613, (9 June 1842-1924)
FatherKyrl Allen Deane (c 1803-14 Dec 1878)
MotherMary Lucinda Gregg (c 1800-10 Dec 1886)
ChartsDeane Family - descendants
Last Edited15 Apr 2022
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Richard Loane Connell Deane
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Richard was born on Thursday, 9 June 1842 at Cork.1 He was the son of Kyrl Allen Deane and Mary Lucinda Gregg. He presumably moved with his parents to Boulogne-Sur-Mer, Pas-de-Calais, France, circa 1848.2

At the age of 10 Richard Loane Connell Deane emigrated from London or Plymouth on 12 July 1852 on the 'Prince Regent' with his brother. Despite the young ages of the boys, it isn't known if they were accompanied on the voyage..3,4,5 He arrived on 15 October 1852 at Port Adelaide, South Australia.3,4,5

Richard Loane Connell Deane married Maria Strongman on Saturday, 13 February 1864.1

Richard Loane Connell Deane married Frances Ann Tonkin in 1867 at Wentworth, New South Wales.1

His father died 14 December 1878 at the approximate age of 78. Richard was aged 36 when this happened.

His mother died 10 December 1886. Richard was aged 44 when this happened.

"Mr. H. E. Bright, M.P., J.P., here took his seat on the Bench.
Edward Henry Dean and Richard Connell Dean were charged with neglecting to contribute to the support of their stepmother, Rosanna Dean. Mr. Stock, for the defendants, produced letters containing money which the Deans had sent to their stepmother, but which had been returned from the' Post-Office, as she had changed her residence. Edward Dean was ordered to pay 3s. and Richard Dean 5s. per week.6'
Richard lived in 1889 at the Sydney suburb of Balmain.1 Richard was employed Union Steamship Company at Sydney in 1912.

Richard died in 1924 at Balmain.1


1852Emigratn-newLondon or Plymouth3,4,5
1852Immigratn-newPort Adelaide, South Australia3,4,5
1867MarriageWentworth, New South Wales1
1889Residencethe Sydney suburb of Balmain1

Family 1

Maria Strongman (-8 Aug 1865)

Family 2

Frances Ann Tonkin (1847-7 Oct 1936)


  1. [S490] GEDCOM file created by Jenny Wood, 05 Jan 2012.
  2. [S319] E-mails from Jenny Wood to Tim Hill, 2008- 22 December 2010.
  3. [S232] The Adelaide Chronicle, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 1912 'OBITUARY.', Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), 20 April, p. 43, viewed 21 April, 2013,
  4. [S323] The Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, NSW, Australia, 1912 'PERSONAL.', Barrier Miner (Broken Hill, NSW : 1888 - 1954), 16 April, p. 2, viewed 21 April, 2013,
  5. [S244] The South Australian Register, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 1852 'ARRIVAL OF THE "PRINCE REGENT.".', South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), 16 October, p. 2, viewed 21 April, 2013,
  6. [S244] The South Australian Register, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 14 Nov 1887.